Jeanne Wells' work has such an intensity, yet delicate aesthetic to it and I really admire that, The photo of the pears is definitely my favorite out of all of her work I viewed. It almost looks like a painting and I believe that was done through a very careful and precise decision of placement within light. That photograph caught my eye the second I saw it and I am unsure if it is due to the quality of light or the fact that the focus is so concentrated on the stem of the center pear. Within all of her work, her composition is exquisite. From fruits to leaves to dogs, her ability to create a composition with a painting-like quality is really admirable. I have really looked a lot at her work to try and mimic her aesthetic in terms of putting objects together in a way that appears graceful and seamless.

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